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Food for hungry little tummies

March 24, 2015 More than 100 children at Minot Public Schools have food to fill their tummies on weekends thanks to the Backpack Buddy Program. more »»

Education briefs

March 24, 2015 Sathre to speak on Roosevelt at DCB lecture series Steve Sathre, an assistant professor of social sciences at Dakota College at Bottineau, will speak about “Teddy Roosevelt vs. more »»

Keep ‘Almost Famous Women’ close, as you should

March 24, 2015 You were this close. You almost had it. Missed it by a hair, by just a smidge. You were slightly off the mark; in fact, almost too close to call. You didn’t get the ciga. more »»

Learning on foreign soil

March 16, 2015 International Cultural Exchange Services is seeking host families for foreign exchange students in North Dakota, said local coordinator Jenessa Fritel. more »»

Search on for watershed project partners

March 16, 2015 North Dakota Geographic Alliance coordinator Marilyn Weiser and Minot High School biology teacher Joe Super are trying to find partners for the OPEN Water project, an interventional venture that... more »»

Library of Congress seeking applicants for specialist positions

March 16, 2015 The Library of Congress is seeking applications from current K-12 teachers or library/media specialists for two Teacher-in-Residence positions within its Educational Outreach division during the... more »»

If ‘Dead Wake’ doesn’t make your heart pound, get it checked

March 16, 2015 It almost scared you to death. That’s what it seemed like: heart pounding, palms sweaty, legs weak — but still in one piece, breathing again, thankful that you only had a near-mis. more »»

Stepping into history

March 10, 2015 Parents and students filed past Gwen Stefani, Michael Jackson, Martin Luther King Jr. more »»

Science Olympiad scheduled for Monday at MSU

March 10, 2015 The Division of Science is hosting a regional Science Olympiad Monday on the Minot State University campus from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. more »»

‘Live Right’ a hilarious guide to true happiness in life

March 10, 2015 Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. The Declaration of Independence says those are things you get just for living here. more »»

‘Live Right’ a hilarious guide to true happiness in life

March 10, 2015 Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. The Declaration of Independence says those are things you get just for living here. more »»

Science fair fun

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Education briefs

February 24, 2015 Scholarship offer for N.D. seniors North Dakota high school seniors who are mulling over how they’re going to pay for college should consider applying for the North Dakota Scholarship. more »»

‘Birdology’ a great book for birdwatchers or beginners

February 24, 2015 Somebody called you a birdbrain last week. At first, it really made you mad. more »»

Coleman presents powerful imagery

February 17, 2015 Aaron Coleman, a nationally acclaimed artist/printmaker from Chicago, expresses his views about politics, religion and his views on how society treats lesbian/gay/transgender/bisexual people in his... more »»

Education briefs

February 17, 2015 Sherven makes Mayville State dean’s list Megan Sherven, Minot, was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Mayville State University. more »»

‘Party Like a President’ makes for easy event planning

February 17, 2015 The campaigning has started already. It sure seems like the last election ended yesterday, but here we go again. more »»

Education briefs

February 10, 2015 Wilson awarded Boehm scholarship for 2015 Tayler Wilson, a sophomore flowershop and greenhouse technology student from Cando, was awarded the North Dakota Nursery and Greenhouse Association’s... more »»

Clear your calendar before starting ‘History of Loneliness’

February 10, 2015 Throughout your life, the faith you’ve held has sustained you. In times of fear, you’ve prayed for courage. On troubled days, you’ve asked for favors. more »»

Big Al’s means good grub

February 3, 2015 Big Al’s had its first satisfied customer of the day Friday in Natalie Procka, a senior at Minot High School-Magic City Campus. more »»



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